Greg Dixon Retires After 22 Years

Greg Dixon Retire

With mixed emotions, Mesa is pleased to announce the retirement of a core member of its Control Systems Integration team.  Greg Dixon was one of the original team members of Mesa’s systems integrators, joining the Mesa family in 2001.  His time at Mesa has been marked by a string of successful projects executed for an extraordinarily wide range of customers and applications.  Greg’s impact on the team has been immense, with his consistent positive attitude, attention to detail, focus on customer service, persistence, and curiosity having been key to Mesa’s overall success and growth of its systems integration business over those years.  Greg could always be counted on to accept the difficult roles, tight schedules, and long hours. His ability and willingness to embrace and master new technologies helped us satisfy our customers’ needs and helped us stay at the forefront of changes in technology.  Greg has accumulated several personal customers who request him by name, and so our challenge is not to replace him directly, as replacing Greg will be impossible with a single hire, but to successfully distribute his skillset across several other team members as Mesa endeavors to continue its world-class customer service and to grow its customer base.  Greg will be sorely missed by his friends and teammates at Mesa but will be welcomed home by his wife Nancy, daughter Haley, and granddaughter Aspen.  Good luck, Greg, and God Bless!  

About Mesa Associates, Inc.  

Mesa is a woman/minority-owned full-service multi-discipline engineering, procurement, and construction management firm specializing in providing engineering services for the commercial, government, industrial, municipal, and electric utility industry. Mesa is currently providing over $180M of engineering services to 13 of the top 15 utilities across the United States. Our growth is a result of delivering quality projects and value to our clients with unparalleled customer service. We differentiate ourselves by saying we are Large Enough to Perform, Small Enough to Care.